AT&T Launches Small Business Kiosks
Written by Ken Gaebler
New tool will guide entrepreneurs
In the latest technology news for small business, one of the nation's leading telecommunications companies has announced that it will introduce a brand-new communications center on a trial basis.
AT&T recently released video conferencing kiosks in its retail stores across the United States. The new small business centers will allow entrepreneurs to get their questions answered by an expert in a face-to-face way. The consultants will be able to show the small business owners better ways to use technology and increase profits with faster applications.
"Our research has shown that a majority of small business owners frequently visit our retail stores – most having visited within the last 3 months – and that their needs are different than those of consumers," said Cathy Martine, executive vice president of AT&T Small Business Solutions. "Small businesses have told us they want the ability to shop for and purchase both AT&T wireless and wired services to help their businesses innovate and grow."
AT&T made headlines recently after signing a deal to bring a variety of channels onto its network. Thanks to an agreement signed by the phone company and Scripps Networks, HGTV, DIY Network, Cooking Channel, Food Network and GAS are now on AT&T U-verse TV.
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